Nef Anyo is a Corpus aristocrat introduced during Operation False Profit in Update 16.4. Though he has yet to directly antagonize the Tenno, his pursuits in the name of profit have motivated the Tenno to action.
Aside from his bombastic persona and his status as a member of the Corpus Board of Directors, little is known about Nef Anyo. Anyo claims that the Void has chosen him to be its prophet (fancying himself as a "prophet of profit"), though it's likely that his claims are false. Ultimately, Nef Anyo is motivated by his greed, be it scamming the Origin System at large or removing any threat to his position in the Board.
Nef Anyo announces his presence to the residents of the Origin System, convincing them to offer money to the Void and claiming that they'd be "rewarded a hundredfold", while secretly pocketing the money for himself. Although initially not dangerous by himself, his ill-gotten gains would have bankrolled a new line of Bursa assault robots. This caught the Lotus's attention, realizing the project as a threat to the system.
In order to prevent further production, the Lotus formulates a plan to bankrupt Nef Anyo by emulating a security error in the Corpus banking system, tricking his bank account to pay the transaction tax without actually receiving the offering exchange. The Tenno were then sent all across the system to perform the fraud transaction, gradually draining his finances. Eventually, his fortune ceases to raise any further and ultimately exhausts his bank account, stopping his project.
As part of his efforts to repair the Grineer's genetic degradation, Tyl Regor has built secret underwater research facilities on the moons of Uranus, and his research soon bears fruit in the form of "tubemen", specimens of Grineer that are stronger and healthier than normal Grineer. Tyl Regor's research however attracts the attention of Alad V, who now seemingly seeks to undo the Infestation he is afflicted with, and sees Regor's research as the key to his cure. Alad V sends a message to the Lotus, and wishes the Tenno to obtain Tyl Regor's research before sabotaging the lab to potentially find himself a cure of the plague, to purify his Infested self and to redeem himself of his mistake. Nef Anyo, however, sees his plea to the Lotus as a threat to his position in the Corpus board and immediately broadcasts his alternate proposition to pay the Tenno to destroy Tyl Regor's lab, wanting to prevent Alad V from obtaining the cure and regain power in the board.
As both sides offers the locations of the underwater labs to do their willing, the Lotus refuses to sway the Tenno into a specific choice, and it is ultimately up to themselves to decide which of the two is the lesser evil. Alad V was ultimately victorious at the end (in PS4, Nef Anyo was the one victorious).
The Glast GambitEdit
Nef Anyo serves as the primary antagonist during the events of The Glast Gambit.
- Unlike most characters in Warframe, Nef Anyo's voice was provided by professional voice actor Lucas Schuneman , AKA VoiceActingNinja. This makes Nef Anyo the very first character to be voiced by someone outside of Digital Extremes' staff. Schuneman also provided Tyl Regor's voice.
- Nef Anyo has his own forum account, established during Operation: Tubemen of Regor to counter Alad V's use of the forums to aid the latter's cause.